‘OFF-grid’ mum Adele Allen and her husband Matt plan to “use” housing benefit to become totally sustainable next year – and will even make their own medicine. The couple shot to notoriety when they appeared on This Morning to discuss their unconventional approach to parenting, and their then one-year-old daughter Ostara weed live on TV. Adele and Matt have Ulysses, nine, Ostara, four, and Kai now 14 months, and take a “child-led” approach to raising them – which basically means the kids chose what they want to do and when. They have no bedtime, decide whether or not to go to school and pick if they want to brush their teeth. Earlier this year the family appeared on Stacey Dooley Sleeps Over, with Matt sparking controversy when he said working wasn’t in his “psyche”. Matt, who battles an autoimmune disorder, said he felt justified in claiming benefits as in other ways his family had a “minimalist impact” on society.Now the couple have told Fabulous Digital of their plans to build on this – using housing benefit to help them. They hope to move out of their council house in the Queen’s Park area of Brighton and into a more remote area,… Read full this story
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